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Hydrogen to be the next frontier for future energy [2018-07-20]

BEIJING – Hydrogen could be the next frontier in the future energy field, and many countries and enterprises have been increasing their R&D for hydrogen technologies, according to Wan Gang, vice chairman of Chinese People’

Sino-U.S. JV developing motorsport venue with a commercial twist [2018-06-29]

CHONGQING – A Sino-U.S. joint venture would rollout V1 Auto World by the end of 2018, a premiere end-to-end automobile destination spread over 650,000 square meters integrating world-class motorsports with innovative automotive commerce and leisure.

China targets 7 million annual NEV sales by 2025 [2018-06-29]

CHONGQING – The Chinese government is driving the switchover from internal combustion engine powered cars to new energy vehicles with a short-term target of converting 12 percent of overall vehicle sales to NEVs by 2020 and 20 percent by 2025.

Geely to drive 30 NEVs by 2020 [2018-06-25]

CHONGQING – Geely Holding Group is lining up a slew of new energy vehicles in the next three years as China targets 20 percent of total vehicle sales from NEVs by 2025.

Seating and fluid specialist Alfmeier expanding in China [2018-06-25]

CHONGQING – The €300-million German seating comfort and fluid systems specialist Alfmeier Automotive Systems is further hiking its presence in China.

Jaguar's all-electric I-PACE deliveries in China to start from Q4 2018 [2018-06-22]

CHONGQING – Jaguar introduced its flagship pure BEV crossover I-PACE and SV Coupe under the Land Rover badge during the Beijing Auto Show early this year, and interests for both models seem to be high.

Trade row might skid GAC Motor's U.S. entry in 2019 [2018-06-22]

CHONGQING – GAC Motor, the Chinese independent brand passenger vehicle subsidiary of Guangzhou Automobile Group (GAC Group), is set for U.S. market entry late next year.

Xu Changming: Auto market has plenty of room for growth in next five years [2018-05-28]

BEIJING – China’s auto market is both big on a volume basis, and highly open, with plenty of room for growth in the next five years, according to Xu Changming, deputy director of the State Information Center (SIC).

Dreams and anxieties: Over 90 percent of the new automotive manufacturing forces are unreliable [2018-06-05]

BEIJING – More than 90 percent of the Chinese smart EV startups, or the so-called new automotive manufacturing forces, are unreliable, and it is ridiculous to make money through software rather than selling vehicles, according to Li Xiang, founder and CEO of CHJ Automotive, one of those startups.

2018 China Auto Forum: "Internet thinking" not a pedestal for the auto industry [2018-05-25]

BEIJING – Automakers should not put “Internet thinking” on a pedestal and overly depend on it, but rather focus to develop related technologies in a pragmatic manner so as to create a competitive advantage in automotive mobility technologies, according to Li Shufu, chairman of Geely Holding Group.

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